Gas Chromatography Blog

The future of GC with intelligent GC systems

Would you like to make your life in the lab easier and more efficient? If so, Smart GC systems could be the answer. They allow you to connect and communicate remotely, thus increasing your productivity and reducing unplanned downtime.This...

Successfully perform high temperature GC applications

Would you like to fully understand what high temperature gas chromatography means and discover strategies for more efficient and successful high temperature applications? If so, this on-demand webinar will provide the answers.

How GCxGC can work for you

In this presentation, given at the 2019 Spring Meeting of the London Metabolomics Network (LMN) and the South East Region Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry (SERAD), Alan Griffiths, Product Specialist at LECO UK, explores the...

Simple steps to perform easier GC and obtain high quality, accurate data every time

Would you like to break with some of your old habits and discover new ways to to streamline your daily workload leading to increased productivity? If so, this on-demand webinar presents at least 10 tips and tricks to perform easier GC.

High purity carbon adsorbents for sample preparation and GC applications

Looking for more information on carbon adsorbents for gas chromatography (GC) and sample preparation? If so, read on...

Thermal Desorption for the Analysis of Electronic Cigarette Aerosols

Electronic cigarettes, or “e-cigarettes,” are a relatively new product that is experiencing a rapid growth in popularity. As a result, users, regulatory agents, and scientists are interested in assessing the safety or potential risks associated...

Inlet Liners – Part 3

In this article we continue our liner discussion with a focus on liner volume. One of the most important liner design variables is the internal volume. Larger internal volumes are preferred for general use because they minimize the chance of vapor...

Inlet Liners – Part 2

Here we continue the discussion of inlet liners with a focus on liner outer diameter. It is important to realize that correct liner choice is most critical for:

Inlet Liners – Part 1

Selecting an appropriate inlet liner from the myriad available liner choices is a daunting task, especially when there is little qualified technical information about what differentiates them in terms of actual performance. Here we start...

Activity and Decomposition

Although gas chromatography has many positive attributes as an analytical tool, its incompatibility with labile and active compounds is certainly one of its biggest weaknesses. Here we discuss evidence of sample decomposition and what we might do...

Split Sample Introduction – Part 2: Measuring Flows, Liner Choice

Continuing our saga of split sample introduction, here we discuss measuring gas flows and liner selection for split injections.

Split Sample Introduction – Part 1: Background and Split Ratio

Anyone who analyses samples by capillary gas chromatography has most likely used a split inlet. Although simple in concept, there are a few things to keep in mind to get the best analytical results possible.

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